Kyle Busch is used to scoring dominating victories in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Rarely, though, does he come out of nowhere to make a late charge to score an upset win.
But that's exactly what Busch did Wednesday night at Bristol Motor Speedway, where he put on a phenomenal late-race charge to win the UNOH 200, a rare Wednesday night race for the Truck Series.
Busch overcame a poor qualifying effort and a pit-road speeding penalty to put his Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota into Victory Lane ahead of Timothy Peters, Ryan Blaney, Johnny Sauter and Chase Elliott. It was Busch's third Truck Series win of the year in just seven starts and the 33rd of his career in 111 starts.
After a poor start, Busch took his only lead of the race with seven laps to go. But then Peters ran Busch down and caught him in the last two laps, and at the start-finish line on the final lap, the two made contact, with Busch winning by just 0.050 seconds and Peters losing control of his Red Horse r...